Embarcadero Center

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Highlighted: Hyatt Regency at left and four towers. Not shown: Meridian hotel, located behind the other buildings, toward the right of the rightmost highlighted tower.

Embarcadero Center is a commercial complex of five office towers and two hotels on a 9.8-acre (4.0 ha) site located off the Embarcadero in the financial district of San Francisco, California.[1]

Developed by Trammell Crow, David Rockefeller and John Portman, construction began with Tower One in 1971, with the last off-complex extension, Embarcadero West, completed in 1989.[2]

The 4.8 million square feet (445,900 m²) complex accommodates offices for 14,000 people along with mixed-use areas accommodating retail, dining, entertainment and cinema functions.[1]

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Structures[edit]

Name Height Floors Year Notes
One Embarcadero Center 173 m (568 ft) 45 1971 [3]
Two Embarcadero Center 126 m (413 ft) 30 1974 [4]
Three Embarcadero Center 126 m (413 ft) 31 1977 [5]
Four Embarcadero Center 174 m (571 ft) 45 1982 [6]
Five Embarcadero Center
(Hyatt Regency San Francisco)
77 m (253 ft) 20 1973 [7]
Embarcadero West 123 m (404 ft) 34 1989 Detached from main complex [8]
Le Méridien San Francisco 96.36 m (316.1 ft) 25 1988 Formerly the Park Hyatt Hotel [9]

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References[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • Woodbridge, Sally B. (1992). San Francisco Architecture (2nd ed.). San Francisco: Chronicle Books. pp. 33–34. ISBN 0-87701-897-9. 

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Coordinates: 37°47′41″N 122°23′52″W / 37.794722°N 122.397778°W / 37.794722; -122.397778